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  1. Hey guys, I have a few questions regarding Caching elements using the BGEO format. Im wondering what the advantages or disadvantages are when using the bgeo.sc compression vs bgeo without compression. Are there other benefits to using sc, other than smaller file sizes? also are there disadvantages, such as it taking longer for playback because of the compression on larger files? Lastly are there advantages or disadvantages in using other compression formats like gz and others? Appreciate any help on this topic. Thanks, Jordan
  2. Hey guys, I'm using a File Cache sop to cache a FEM mesh but I can't figure out how to write it's substeps. I'll use this later to collide with a flip simulation and since the FEM is moving pretty fast I need it's substeps to collide properly with the liquid. $FF doesn't work. I guess it saves integer only... not sure though. Any ideas on how to proceed? Thank's Alvaro
  3. Hi, is there a way to write a point attribute in a Python Dop? I know that the usual way like objects.geometry() returns a read-only reference and only in a Python Sop you get it writable. But i want to change the attributes during the simulation. Thanks!
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